Neal Pollard I suppose I have met more than a few elderly people, including some professing to be Christians, who could be described as “crusty,” “crotchety,” “contrary,” and “curmudgeonly.” These no doubt spent decades developing such a winning personality. But one of the greatest blessings I have received as a member of the church and … Continue reading The Tender Tears Of The Timeworn Travelers
Neal Pollard Today, I talked with some godly, sweet, and loving elderly people. They are people I respect and admire. They are full of rich memories, have vast experience, and profound wisdom. You are drawn to them. The people I’m referring to are neither superhuman nor necessarily those whose lives have been easier. Their sweetness … Continue reading A SWEET OLD PERSON
Neal Pollard Ask George Dawson! This Texas grandson of a slave, born in 1898, worked from the age of twelve on a ranch tending livestock. He married at the age of twenty-eight, becoming a father the next year. What is so noteworthy about this man? Well, for 98 years he did not know how … Continue reading IT’S NEVER TOO LATE!
Neal Pollard Kathy and I went with Wes and Teri Autrey to the baseball stadium Tuesday night to watch the Colorado Rockies take on the San Diego Padres. Not only did I know the potential history on the table, I was hoping I had not been getting my hopes too high. The Rockies starting pitcher … Continue reading JAMIE MOYER AND PERRY COTHAM